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Nov 3, 2012 6:30am PDT
? >> people need to get in touch with fema and to find out what is available to them. there might be some sort of disaster aid or loans. >> another enduring image of sandy. flooded cars. >> you're covered for a lot of natural disasters under the comprehensive portion of your car insurance. so that's going to cover wind damage, it's going to cover flooding. >> keep notes. find as many receipts as you can. be thorough with the claims adjuster. no damage is too small to mention. keep your patience and perspective. >> a home can always be rebuilt. as long as we have our lives and we're safe. >> well said. millions of americans have been affected by sandy, but millions more will be affected by a very different kind of impending disaster. this one will not cost lives and property. i want to be very clear about that. but it will have powerful consequences. i'm talk about the fiscal cliff. if congress and the president don't act by the end of the year, nearly all of you, 90% of americans, will see your taxes rise by an average of $3,500 per household. what about disaster relief? and the congressional
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